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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Fiesta Food's grocery deals for January 27 to February 2

I normally do not shop at Fiesta Foods simply because it's almost nine miles away and in my SUV it's typically not worth it unless I'm running errands in Pasco. However, those of you with small cars or who live closer to Fiesta Foods here are some really good deals to pick up.
  • Chicken of the Sea, in water 5 oz - limit 1 only 1 penny!
    Too bad it's limit to ONE can!
  • Del Monte cut or French style green beans, whole kernal corn and peas, 15 to 16 oz - 50¢ each (limit 4)
  • Mazola 48 oz oil - $2.99 each
    $1.00/2 in the 12-13-09 SS
    Final price: $2.49 each WYB2
  • Rosarita refried beans, 15 oz - 82¢ each
    50¢/3 in the 01-10-10 SS
  • Pork Shoulder Roast - 99¢ lb
  • Grannysmith apples - 3 lb for $1 (33¢ lb is what it practically breaks down to)
  • 2-lb bag keylimes - $1.50!
  • Roma tomatoes - 49¢ lb (It's a steal! price)

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$1.50 SS 10/18 - $1.50 coupon from the October 18 Smart Source insert
$1.50/3 - $1.50 of when you buy 3 items
B1G1/BOGO - Buy One, Get One
CC - Competitor Coupon
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SC - Store Coupon
SS - Smart Source Insert
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Blinkies – Found on various store aisles these little machines spit out coupons as you pull them out. Most blinkies have little lights that blink hence the name.

Catalinas – Receipt-like coupons printed at the register. Not all stores have Catalinas (such as WinCo). These are typically NOT printed on the back of the register receipt.

Hang/Wine Tags – Found around the neck of a bottle with a little piece of string or rubber band.

Peelies – Coupons found on certain products that peel away from the product.

Tearpads – Coupons on a tear away pad. Typically found in a display and not directly on the product.

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